Soybean Subsidies in Kentucky totaled $29.9 million in 2019

Counties in Kentucky Receiving soybean subsidies, 2019

Rank County Soybean Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Christian County, Kentucky$1,575,3535.3%5.3%
2Logan County, Kentucky$1,322,7194.4%9.7%
3Henderson County, Kentucky$1,286,3324.3%14.0%
4Fulton County, Kentucky$1,225,0204.1%18.1%
5Graves County, Kentucky$1,127,0543.8%21.9%
6Daviess County, Kentucky$1,119,1223.7%25.6%
7Hopkins County, Kentucky$914,8763.1%28.7%
8Todd County, Kentucky$892,4373.0%31.7%
9Hickman County, Kentucky$865,4932.9%34.6%
10Union County, Kentucky$830,7942.8%37.4%
11Hardin County, Kentucky$789,0562.6%40.0%
12Shelby County, Kentucky$781,3662.6%42.6%
13Simpson County, Kentucky$769,7872.6%45.2%
14McLean County, Kentucky$716,3772.4%47.6%
15Warren County, Kentucky$658,9492.2%49.8%
16Breckinridge County, Kentucky$617,7302.1%51.9%
17Ballard County, Kentucky$600,5702.0%53.9%
18Webster County, Kentucky$585,5052.0%55.9%
19Calloway County, Kentucky$581,0411.9%57.8%
20Larue County, Kentucky$546,3651.8%59.6%
21Carlisle County, Kentucky$539,1041.8%61.4%
22Caldwell County, Kentucky$532,8821.8%63.2%
23Livingston County, Kentucky$516,4791.7%65.0%
24Barren County, Kentucky$513,3971.7%66.7%
25Ohio County, Kentucky$511,0001.7%68.4%
26Trigg County, Kentucky$495,3671.7%70.0%
27McCracken County, Kentucky$469,7851.6%71.6%
28Nelson County, Kentucky$467,5301.6%73.2%
29Crittenden County, Kentucky$446,9641.5%74.7%
30Grayson County, Kentucky$427,6881.4%76.1%
31Muhlenberg County, Kentucky$423,6891.4%77.5%
32Butler County, Kentucky$396,9621.3%78.9%
33Meade County, Kentucky$368,0941.2%80.1%
34Marion County, Kentucky$363,6301.2%81.3%
35Pulaski County, Kentucky$320,0651.1%82.4%
36Taylor County, Kentucky$269,8580.9%83.3%
37Marshall County, Kentucky$250,7510.8%84.1%
38Edmonson County, Kentucky$242,3290.8%84.9%
39Mason County, Kentucky$233,7310.8%85.7%
40Spencer County, Kentucky$220,0750.7%86.5%
41Henry County, Kentucky$218,6790.7%87.2%
42Lincoln County, Kentucky$208,9010.7%87.9%
43Hancock County, Kentucky$205,9400.7%88.6%
44Adair County, Kentucky$194,2970.7%89.2%
45Hart County, Kentucky$182,6840.6%89.9%
46Washington County, Kentucky$178,4830.6%90.4%
47Bath County, Kentucky$177,9960.6%91.0%
48Mercer County, Kentucky$166,4550.6%91.6%
49Fleming County, Kentucky$162,9240.5%92.1%
50Lyon County, Kentucky$155,3210.5%92.7%
51Casey County, Kentucky$154,3080.5%93.2%
52Fayette County, Kentucky$152,8030.5%93.7%
53Green County, Kentucky$146,6290.5%94.2%
54Bourbon County, Kentucky$135,8460.5%94.6%
55Russell County, Kentucky$134,5840.5%95.1%
56Lewis County, Kentucky$129,0290.4%95.5%
57Clark County, Kentucky$117,2400.4%95.9%
58Boyle County, Kentucky$113,5080.4%96.3%
59Wayne County, Kentucky$111,9630.4%96.7%
60Allen County, Kentucky$101,2450.3%97.0%
61Metcalfe County, Kentucky$88,6690.3%97.3%
62Harrison County, Kentucky$78,0920.3%97.6%
63Monroe County, Kentucky$77,7660.3%97.8%
64Woodford County, Kentucky$77,7520.3%98.1%
65Carroll County, Kentucky$75,4970.3%98.3%
66Bullitt County, Kentucky$70,7610.2%98.6%
67Trimble County, Kentucky$64,6980.2%98.8%
68Scott County, Kentucky$61,0530.2%99.0%
69Boone County, Kentucky$55,4900.2%99.2%
70Cumberland County, Kentucky$42,2280.1%99.3%
71Franklin County, Kentucky$39,4160.1%99.5%
72Jefferson County, Kentucky$30,4490.1%99.6%
73Montgomery County, Kentucky$27,0820.1%99.7%
74Owen County, Kentucky$24,5250.1%99.7%
75Clinton County, Kentucky$21,8970.1%99.8%
76Pendleton County, Kentucky$18,4880.1%99.9%
77Garrard County, Kentucky$18,4330.1%99.9%
78Madison County, Kentucky$13,9030.0%100.0%
79Bracken County, Kentucky$5,7670.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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